top of page
  • Foto van schrijverModellenland

Interview: Model Alëna Wisotzki (Israel)

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I’m Alena, born in Ukraine, grew up in Russia, and now living in Israel. My career took me from 7 years of software development in high-tech to hitting the gym as a fitness enthusiast, teaching swimming in open and stepping into the spotlight as a model. My journey through different countries and careers has been nothing short of an adventure!


If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?

Honestly, I’m all about embracing who I am, warts and all. Sure, there’s always room for a little tweak here and there, but overall, I’m happy with me!


How did you start modeling?

It all kicked off right after I finished my army service—I modeled to pay for college. That first serious photoshoot lit a spark for me, even though I wasn’t thinking about a modeling career just yet.


What do you think of the work as a model?

Modeling is a wild ride! I love the buzz of changing up my look and the thrill of the spotlight. But let’s be real—it’s super competitive and pushes you to always be at the top of your game.


What is your beauty regimen?

I keep it simple and natural. Sunscreen is my number one must-have. Besides that, I stick to the basics: plenty of water, clean eating, enough sleep, and staying active. Oh, and I swear by face massages—they’re a game changer!


What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?

I’m like a chameleon—I can blend into any situation and get along with just about anyone. This superpower really comes in handy in the unpredictable world of modeling.


What are your plans for the future?

Life is full of surprises, but I plan to keep chasing my passions in modeling and fitness, dive into new opportunities, and just enjoy the ride wherever it takes me.


What are some of your favorite experiences so far?

Winning the "Pretty Woman" beauty contest in Eilat 2024 was epic! It wasn’t just a win; it was a moment that showed me how far I could go.


Do you have any advice for those who want to start modeling?

Jump right in—don’t worry about making mistakes; they’re part of the journey. Grab every chance to learn and grow, and always aim to be your best. Keep it fun and stay true to yourself!


What do you think of the magazine?

I believe the magazine is a fantastic platform that fosters connections among professionals in the modeling industry. It's a community hub that encourages collaboration and inspires us all to innovate and grow together. It’s wonderful to see how it brings people together, sharing insights and celebrating the diverse talent within the industry.


70 weergaven0 opmerkingen


Recent Posts
bottom of page